PMO panel seeks multinational companies' inputs on making India electronics hub
However, Chinese companies such as Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and Huawei, which have captured over half of India’s smartphone market, were not part of the export panel meeting.
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DoT to implement mandatory gear testing from Oct 1
“The schedule for mandatory testing and certification of the remaining equipment shall be notified subsequently,” the TEC notification added.
Samsung invests in four startups, has plans to fund 100 more
The company has already lined up its next few investments and will cut a minimum of one to two cheques every month going forward.
Samsung VC arm buys 20% in Indus OS
Samsung Venture Investment Corporation, VC arm of South Korean conglomerate Samsung, will take a seat on the board of the Mumbai-based company.
Samsung VC arm invests $8.5 million in four Indian startups
The four startups are system apps company OSLabs (Indus OS), speech technology startup Gnani.ai, IoT solutions provider Silvan Innovation Labs and an early stage computer vision startup the name of which has not been disclosed.
Xiaomi India's Deepak Nakra joins Realme as sales head
At present, Vivo and Xiaomi are the two leading smartphone makers who have taken ownership of their retail operations in the country under retail FDI.
Is Samsung planning to unveil a new wireless charger at Galaxy Unpacked next month?
Samsung's current flagships support fast wireless charging 2.0.
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